Korn are set to release a set of new songs on the upcoming extended edition of their latest album "The Paradigm Shift."
As Billboard reports, the album is due out on July 15 and will be announced with a new single "Hater" on July 1, following today's (June 19) radio premiere.
Discussing the lead single, singer Jonathan Davis noted, "In the world, everyone has haters. Everyone has someone who hates on you 'cause you have something they want. It's really, like, the first empowering song I've ever written."
Sharing "You can't bring me down/I've already had my life turned upside down/I ride a downward spiral round and round/But I keep flying, I keep fighting/Don't ever bring me down" as the tune's lyrics, the vocalist dubbed "Hater" "the most positive s--t I've ever written."
As Davis further noted, the song is "going to give people who get down on people picking on them and hating them, like, 'F--k this! I don't give a f--k what you think. I don't give a f--k what you say. You just f--kin' are a hater.' I think people will relate with that."
The rest of the new release will include another unreleased tune recorded during "The Paradigm Shift" sessions titled "The Game Is Over."
"The Paradigm Shift" was originally released in October 2013, marking the return of guitarist Brian "Head" Welch, ultimately landing at No. 8 spot on the Billboard 200 chart.